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jasmine 21m
Maybe you can seek for help on . Here is a Lyme disease book and a serial herb medicine.
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🍩 chase-ing toddlers ☕️ 2h
Anyone ever been told having made your endo worse? My doctor think it played a hand in it.
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Breakspear Medical 4h
This is 's video series providing his opinions from years of experience of investigating & treating chronic in patients presenting with neurodegenerative & autoimmune disease.
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Lyme Advise 19h
"However in the last few weeks the family sent a blood sample to Armin Labs in Germany, and within three or four days they had results to say that Dawn had Lyme disease with co-infections."
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MakeWell Nutritionals 6h
Zika virus, Lyme disease, dengue, and other infectious diseases are expected to become much more common. Here's why disease-carrying insects are spreading via
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Beaux Reliosis 3h
That’s silly. They don’t want to diagnose anything. They just want to torture us to death while we go broke paying for this drug or that one. Take for example.
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TheGerminator 21h
So glad to see is feeling better after . It is a devastating disease that is rapidly spreading. More funding is needed for research and patient support.
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Lyme Advise Dec 5
"Observation of yourselves or you children every day because you want to catch that tick before it latches on. Now, the CDC says it's got to be on for 24 to 48 hours. I've found it can transmit Lyme as early as six hours," Dr. Bock said.
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BCA_Clinic_Official 2h
“Researchers don’t know what they’re missing”—the impact of patient involvement in research -
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Beaux Reliosis 2h
Replying to @eisingerj
I have one, too: how the CDC colluded with industry to disappear an entire disease, leaving millions suffering in a black hole of medical abuse.
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Kathy Pease 13h
Lyme Disease Awareness! : Another View: State statistics don't fully reflect impact of - Portland Press Herald
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Lyme Advise 16h
Perhaps you, a loved one, a patient, or a colleague have chronic disease. Millions are being affected by this devastating disease. It is time for all of us to be come more Lyme literate & try to understand the impact of this disease.
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MrsRice 11h
Husband's lab tests were >$3000 that was for 1 round of lab tests. That isn't the dr costs, appts, add'l appts or additional tests for lungs, heart etc. Or prescriptions to combat. Just 1 round of blood tests. This is why I work the way I do.
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The Health Hub 21h
Thank you for enlightening us on ! You can find Dr. Ingels’ new book, ‘The Lyme Solution’ on Amazon and other popular platforms. The podcast from today’s show will be out soon! 👉🏼
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BCA_Clinic_Official Dec 10
When people think of Lyme disease, they usually imagine it as one singular disorder. However, Lyme can come with a host of co-infections, as is the nature of tick-borne diseases. So, Which Lyme Co-Infections Are Most Dangerous?
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Angeline Pacy Dec 9
When standard courses of antibiotics fail, who's to blame? Rise above shame. One shouldn't have 2 change their last name, 2 wipe black spot of stigma & infectious-disdain! Research can change this tragic political game. Open new study of fame:
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Brett Osler Dec 6
Replying to @LymeAlliance
If you are referring to only, you a missing major chunks of the picture when it’s widely known that the greater global majority have ‘co-infections’, ‘reactivations’ & exposure to opportunistic diseases for a starters. Let alone the advent of phages et al
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Tess Muin Dec 10
I have been living this nightmare of for so long that it gets old for most people to keep up with....but for me it's an everyday struggle. I could list the considerations I have to deal with daily and...
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Lyme Advise Dec 9
Not only is Lyme disease physically debilitating, but it impacts our emotional well-being as well. This disease can have profound effects on a patient’s ability to maintain relationships, work, & ability to resume life....
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Maarika von Wahl Dec 8
Don't believe anything about on IDSA homepage. The fact is if I would've believe it I would be dead. I have chronical lyme and only alive thank long term antibiotics.
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